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Sat 5th Sep 2020
Royal National Park, NSW

The Coastal Classic is a 30km trail run along one of the most stunning tracks in Australia, it has everything to offer from rocky terrain, sand running and beaches, to cliff-tops, bushland, rainforest and steep hill inclines. The scenery is spectacular with breathtaking coastal views on the beach and from the cliff tops. You literally feel like you are a million miles from anywhere.

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Latest news

Results & Photos

The 10th Edition of the Coastal Classic 30km trail run is done and dusted for 2019. CONGRATULATIONS to all finishers. We hope you achieved your goals! Results are available on the link below as well as Outer Image Collective photo link to purchase your memorable race images. Read More

Last Minute Race Information

The day is almost here, the day of the Coastal Classic! If you haven’t had a look through the official Event Program as yet you definitely should do so before race day. Click on the link below to download. The Event Program contains all the information you need to know about the day, what time to arrive, how to get there, where the aid stations are located and what is available at the aid stations. Read More

Event Program Available

The Coastal Classic is in less than 2 weeks and the official Event Program is now available for downloading. The Event Program contains answers to all your questions about the big day; What time does it start? How do I get to the start line? What is available at the Aid Stations? How do I get home from the finish line. Read More

Entries Opening

The Coastal Classic is back again for 2019! Don’t train so hard this weekend that you miss your alarm on Monday morning. If you do, you risk missing out on your entry. The event sold out quickly last year and we expect it will sell out just as quick this year. Read More

Results, Photos & Race Wrap Up

The 9th edition of the Coastal Classic was held last weekend in absolutely stunning conditions with runners reporting slower times simply because they kept stopping to soak in the views and the sunshine. Held over a deceptively tough 30km course from Otford to Bundeena through the Royal National Park the event is not for the faint hearted. Read More